Other National Resources

The Library of Congress and the Smithsonian are not the only games in town. Many other government departments and organizations have museums and on-line resources.

100’s of other federal and state institutions have set up museums small and large and have created corresponding web sites. Search for museums in your area or museums relating to a current class topic. There is a wide breadth of resources available on-line.

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BAM Body & Mind

The CDC also hosts Body & Mind with additional resources for kids. Welcome to the BAM! Body and Mind Classroom Resources for Teachers portal. This page contains a variety of information and resources for teachers of grades 4-8 to use in the classroom and help students make healthier lifestyle choices. Teachers can also check out…  learn more

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CDC Museum

The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has created a special exhibit area at its Atlanta headquarters, opening its doors to the thousands of visitors who request tours of CDC each year. The web site for the museum includes an extensive resource center.  learn more

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The U.S. Mint

Nothing gets a student's attention like money. Use the on-line resources here to take a virtual (or in person) tour of your nearest U.S. Mint. You can bring in lessons on subjects from history and math to physics and chemistry.  learn more